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Any free 3d Game creation programs out there?

  • I would like to make a 3d game that can be exported as a .swf or html5 file. The websites I would like to export my game file only accept those kinds of uploads. Does anyone know of 100% game creating engines out there I can use? Please try to avoid pay-make game creators and game creators that I can upload to thier site. I am looking for completely free ones. Thank you for your time.

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  • Unity3D and Unreal are both free and can create HTML5 games, but the exports are huge.

  • In addition to the above, I have used Construct 2 with the Q3D plugin to release a fully 3D game. The plugin costs $25, and it allowed me to do everything I needed to do for my game, including a full 3D physics engine. It meant that I didn’t have to switch to traditional coding in C# or C++, and resulted in a much smaller download size than either Unity or Unreal create.

    Q3D doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of the big fancy engines, but if it meets your needs, it will produce something that is way tighter and faster than either of those engines.

  • I would like to make a 3d game that can be exported as a .swf or html5 file. The websites I would like to export my game file only accept those kinds of uploads. Does anyone know of 100% game creating engines out there I can use? Please try to avoid pay-make game creators and game creators that I can upload to thier site. I am looking for completely free ones. Thank you for your time.

    i dont think flash files are even compatible anymore with majority of browsers! firefox still accepts it but chrome is by default disabled and you have a choice to enable it or not! and on mobile flash isn't working from what i know, if that is your targeted platform. So from what i see your stuck to html5 3d games(there a few engines out there that do html5 and have the 3d option however, even if their drag and drop or similar to c2 you will need to understand how 3D works, and is going to be a lot of hours spent in blender to model your graphics. outside from google "3d game engines that doesn't require programming knowledge" i can't help much. ), unity 3d games, or cryengine games. or what cjbruce mentioned above.

  • Superpowers HTML5 is the coolest 3D game dev tool I've seen for HTML5 games:

    It lets you work together with friends collaboratively, but unfortunately does not have visual scripting (JavaScript isn't that painful to learn though!)

    You can also make some basic 3D games (2.5D more like) using the completely free GDevelop, which is event based like Clickteam KnP/TGF/MMF or Scirra's Construct programs:

    ThreeJS is completely code, but is free:

    Godot 3.0 isn't out yet, but it's going to be much better for 3D and support HTML5:

    Then there's one that is "free" if you host your game on their site called PlayCanvas:

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